Etiquette Courses

Students Learn Rules of Etiquette with Superintendent
Posted on 02/17/2023
A recent Superintendent’s Advisory Forum discussed the ins and outs of dining etiquette. Nia Brown of Majestic Etiquette welcomed high school and elementary students by instructing them in the finer points of dining etiquette.

The Certified Etiquette Consultant began by demonstrating how to use utensils properly. She then had students incorporate social graces when dining. In each scenario, she helped them gain the confidence to shine.

Brown has worked with students of all ages. “Etiquette is important because it helps people engage with others,” said Brown. “In a world where we are all busy and preoccupied with technology, having a personal touch is more important than ever.”

As a result, Brown’s lessons set students up for social success. “Etiquette helps us know how to treat others appropriately in any social situation,” said Superintendent Trent North. “I am grateful we can provide students with skills to benefit them the rest of their lives.”

After learning about etiquette, students advised Superintendent North on school issues and activities. They shared ideas on how to make their school and the district stronger. Superintendent North with Students Eating

Advisory sessions occur at the Board of Education Central Office, where students are divided into elementary, middle, and high school groups.

Students represent their schools based on recommendations by administrators and other students. They meet with Superintendent North three times over the school year to discuss issues in education.
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